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Old July 23rd, 2004, 08:08 AM
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I have got 2 forms on 1 asp page. The first form has got textboxes etc with values that are populated from a sql query. The second form is populated in tabular format that give users the ability to edit a selected record (radio buttons) or add a record. This table is also populated by a sql query

If the user click edit or add a popupwindow appear that allows them to type in data if edit or add if they want to add. This asp popup submits to another asp page that will do the insert or update query.

My question is. How do I refresh the data on the second form once they have changed these values? Only once these values have changed they will save the whole record.

Any sugestions or alternative ways to acomplish this? The only other thing I can think of is a iFrame.

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   After edit/add in Popup --> Edit --> Sql statement...

Do the client side work.

<script language="javascript">

this will refresh the main page and retrieves the current values.

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